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Duality is a collaborative album by Lisa Gerrard and Pieter Bourke released in 1998. It was Lisa Gerrard's second post-Dead Can Dance album after The Mirror Pool from 1995. Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry released their last album in 1996 and had officially disbanded Dead Can Dance earlier in 1998.
Bab' Azîz (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
The Trail of Genghis Khan (Original Soundtrack)
Cye Wood and Lisa Gerrard
Baraka: The Deluxe Edition (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Requiem for My Friend
The Doudouk - Beyond Borders
The Seven Valleys
In The Garden Of Souls
The Salt of the Earth (Le sel de la Terre) [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
Portals Of Grace
Portals of Grace is the first solo release from Azam Ali. Prior to this album, she had released music with the group VAS.
Дживан Гаспарян: Дудук
Michael Nyman & The Motion Trio
The Garden Of Mirrors
The Garden of Mirrors is an album by Stephan Micus, released by the ECM label. It was recorded in 1995–1996 and released the following year. It follows the tradition of all of Micus's earlier works in that he plays all of the instruments: he also provides all of the voices for the 20-man chorus in three of the tracks.
Micus's inspiration for this album was two traditional low-range West African harps that he studied in Gambia: the bolombatto and the sinding. When playing these two instruments, Micus claims to have identified with early African American music, which they influenced, claiming that the bassline in jazz was influenced by these harps. Other instruments used by Micus include steel drums and four different flutes: the Japanese shakuhachi, the Balinese suling, the Irish tin whistle, and the Egyptian ney.
Moonsung: A Real World Retrospective (Real World Gold)
Foretold In The Language Of Dreams
Foretold in the Language of Dreams is a 2002 album by Natacha Atlas and Marc Eagleton. It represents a departure from Natacha Atlas' usual music by being more ambient in style.
Foretold in the Language of Dreams includes collaborations with a string of musicians with whom she has never worked previously - Andrew Cronshaw on zither, Syrian qanun player Abdullah Chhadeh, and two tracks with the Greek band Avaton. Despite the liner notes claims of "computer malarkey" being employed, the overall sound is acoustic, a stark contrast to her previous work.
The single "Zitherbell" was used in the end credits of Jonathan Demme's 2002 film The Truth About Charlie, but the song does not appear on the official soundtrack for the movie. Instead Natacha Atlas is listed in the credits of the cast of characters for the film as "The Spirit."
In The House Of Mirrors
Hector Zazou & Swara
Stratégie de la rupture
Out of Tuva
Eye of the Hunter
Eye of the Hunter is the debut solo album by Brendan Perry, previously the male half of the band Dead Can Dance. The album was released by 4AD on 4 October 1999 in the UK and a day later in the US.
Darwin (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
David Hykes & Djamchid Chemirani
Mémoires du futur
The Music of Armenia Vol. 3: Duduk
Big In Europe, Vol. 1 (Live 2009 Warsaw)
Klaus Schulze & Lisa Gerrard
Yuval Ron featuring Omar Faruk Tekbilek and Yair Dalal
Hearing Solar Winds Alight (Special Audiophile Edition)
David Hykes & The Harmonic Choir
El Sueño de Al-Zaqqâq
Samsara Special (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Special Anniversary Edition)
Archipiélago: A Film Music Retrospective
Himalaya - The Rearing of a Chief (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Angels & Insects
Exotica (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music For Greek Tv Series (Original Recordings 1976-1989)
Süleyman The Magnificent (Original Soundtrack)
44 Inch Chest (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music In The Age Of The Pyramids
Rafael Pérez Arroyo
I Call Australia Home: Contemporary Australian Recordings
Trishna (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Nine Heavens is the second album of Iranian music group Niyaz, an acoustic electronic project. It was released on June 24, 2008 on Six Degrees Records.
The album is divided into 2 discs. One is the electronic version of the album, while the second disc presents eight of the songs as acoustic versions with the exception of "Iman", which is mostly an electronic/ambient piece and features no acoustic instruments but includes Azam Ali's vocals. Many of the track titles were revealed on site of the band's label.
Nine Heavens reached #4 in the Billboard Top World Albums chart.
Unfolding - Leahkastin
Natacha Atlas & Samy Bishai
World Voices 1
The Essential Philip Glass
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